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Traditionally a college feeling

It’s what we do to start the game; it’s what we do between quarters, at halftime, on third-down conversions and when scoring touchdowns; it is what we do that makes us proud of our university and our team. It sets us apart from everyone else in our league and

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Bears in the Falcons

This game was televised on National TV, Sunday Night Football, for a reason; it was expected to be a hard-fought and hard-fought battle. It did not disappoint. This game started as a defensive battle with zero points scored in the first quarter. The Falcons couldn’t do

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Signs and symptoms of leukemia

Our brains are oddly shaped and very capable of allowing us to deal with just about anything that comes our way. Looking back a month or two before I was diagnosed with CML, I can now clearly see the signs that were right in front of me. Of course, my very capable brain was

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Common backgammon terminology

Ahh, the language of backgammon, it’s enough to make anyone turn and run. Are you new to the backgammon scene? Do you get that blank look when you hear the word Anchor? Are you completely confused when someone says that he has a joker? Do you stand there wondering

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Fifty Fun Halloween Facts

1. Halloween is celebrated on October 31, which is the last day of the Celtic calendar. 2. The custom of Halloween has evolved from the ancient Celts’ belief that the border between this world and “the Other World” thins out on All Hallows’ Eve.

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2006 World Cup Preview – Sweden

Absolute odds: 50/1 Group B winners: 9/4 Sweden fought their way through an awkward qualifying group that included Croatia, Bulgaria, Hungary and Iceland and qualified as one of the top two runners-up. The Swedes narrowly lost 1-0 to Croatia both at home and away, but eight

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